First Line Friday (and a Giveaway!): An Unlikely Amish Match

Posted February 14, 2020 by meezcarrie in Amish, Christian, contemporary, First Line Fridays, giveaway, romance, Vannetta Chapman / 12 Comments

Happy Friday! And welcome to First Line Friday, hosted by Hoarding Books!!! Since it’s Friday, it’s time to grab the book nearest to you and leave a comment with the first line. Today, I’m featuring the first line of An Unlikely Amish Match by Vannetta Chapman, currently on tour with JustRead Tours (the company I co-own with my book sisters).

and the first line is…

Susannah Beiler was carrying a to-go bag holding half of a cinnamon roll in one hand and her coffee in the other when she stepped out of Cabin Coffee and started across the street.


Is she about to fall for trouble?

She could never love an Amish rebel…Or could she?

Susannah Beiler is determined to protect the other young marriageable Amish women from falling for the new bad boy in town…by pretending to date Micah Fisher herself! Their deal is simple: she’ll keep him company if he stays away from her friends. But she doesn’t count on finding out there’s more to Micah than his reputation…

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12 responses to “First Line Friday (and a Giveaway!): An Unlikely Amish Match

  1. Over on my blog I’m sharing the first line from The Tea Chest by Heidi Chiavaroli. Here I’ll share the first line from chapter Thirty-Two: “I should have never held him.”

  2. Gloria A

    Montana Marshalls
    Book One
    Montana rancher Knox Marshall’s danger years are behind him.
    Knox by Susan May Warren

  3. Paula Shreckhise

    My first line is from Veiled in Smoke by Jocelyn Green.
    Chicago, Thursday, September 28, 1871
    Meg’s father was gone. Again.

  4. This one certainly sounds interesting. Happy Valentine’s Day! On my blog, I’m sharing the first line from Mountain Storms by Janice Cole Hopkins. Here, I’m sharing the first line of my current read, Teach Me to Love by Kari Trumbo. “It wasn’t right to pray he would just die.”

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